One of the Cotswolds most iconic landmarks, the Broadway Tower is a seriously photogenic spot. The 65-foot tower’s position on top of an ancient beacon hill makes it the second highest point in the Cotswolds. On a clear day you can see across 16 counties from the Welsh Mountains in one direction to Buckinghamshire in the other. It was designed to look like a Saxon castle by landscape designer Capability Brown but is actually a Victorian folly built for the Earl of Coventry in 1798 as a token of love to his wife.
My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was.
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